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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 8 - REBIRTH OF POLITICAL PARTIES

Hungarian line of thought against the policy of compromises which unfortunately were unavoidable during the coalition period, in the shadow of the Russians. On the other hand, this was no time for a political free-for-all.
The apparent first step was to get the reorganization of the traditional democratic parties on its way as soon as possible.
In the car I realized additional difficulties I was facing. With my presence at this meeting I would be responsible for the reorganization of the party. If things went well, the Government would graciously approve everything. On the other hand, should things go wrong, I would be blamed.
On the way I picked up Peter, for I felt it was better for him to be there, too. He was glad to come.
We drove along in a good mood. It was the first time in eight years that I had sat in a car with a chauffeur to drive me wherever I wanted.
Our meeting took place in a private house, and some five or six rooms were crowded with from one hundred to a hundred and fifty people. They were all enthusiastic; many of them had come on foot from a considerable distance. To participate in that meeting took some courage for everyone, for the Revolution's political victory was far from being definite, and no one knew what the Soviets or the defeated AVO forces might decide to do. Many of the men I saw had suffered considerably in the last few years. But there were some faces I was not sure I should trust. When I entered the room, the meeting was already in session but the group gave me a standing ovation. I was embarrassed but moved at this warm welcome.
The speakers were moderate. All of them seemed to agree on two points. One was that the party must be organized and must help the Revolutionary forces in solving the political problem. The second point of general agreement was that there was prevailing bitterness against Tildy and hatred against President Dobi. Many people felt extremely bitter against them and

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